If you’re one of the lucky people who got to see Star Wars IV: A New Hope when it first came out in 1977, Etsy shop Pagan Idolatry has the perfect commemorative ring for you.
Each ring is made with a chunk of 0.925
We know from the Star Wars prequels that Jedi Knights actually possess some serious acrobatic skills. But we never saw Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan or Anakin pull off moves as impressive as the guys featured here.
I’m duly impressed by the gymnastic and free-running skills of the Jedi Knights in this clip, created by Ronnie Shalvis of Ronnie Street Stunts, along with Jeremy Carpenter and Sinjin Cooper, whose first name actually sounds like a real Jedi Knight.
It turns out we don’t have to journey for a long, long time or travel far, far away if we want to be Jedi, because there’s an academy right here on Earth. The New York Jedi club offers classes for Star Wars fans on using lightsabers.
I really like the design of this alarm clock, based on the Jedi training remote Luke Skywalker used in the original Star Wars. It really does look like it. But instead of firing sparks of electricity at your lightsaber, this orb is designed to wake Jedi younglings from their slumber.
After his Super Bros collection, featuring all sorts of my favorite characters rendered with some pixel love, Ty Lettau is back with some Star Wars love. This time around, he focuses on the battles between good and evil, Light Side and Dark Side, Jedi and Sith.
I’ve seen loads of different Star Wars promos over the years, but this epic Star Wars battle is a pretty good one. To celebrate the official launch of BioWare’s Star Wars: The Old Republic video game, EA set an army of Jedi and Sith loose on Times Square, lightsabers in hand.
A man armed with two lightsabers went a little crazy in Toys R Us in Hillsboro, Portland, Oregon. It’s not clear whether 33 year-old David Allen Canterbury, who assaulted people with toy lightsabers at Toys R Us, was working alone, or if he had a Sith Master.
Max Fisher over at The Atlantic Wire has posted an interesting article about the politics of Jedi Knights. You heard me, the politics of Jedi Knights.
Apparently, journalists have vastly differing opinions on whether Jedi Knights are Libertarians, Socialists, or Sensible Centrists.
What does a Jedi Knight need to do when after a long day force pushing and pulling off mind tricks – take o nice soak in the tub, right? When you’re done, you can dry off with one of these plush Jedi bath robes.
I can see how this could be fun, but if you show this to a Star Wars geek he’ll probably shake his head, gather his robes and walk away. Some guy who looks like a mugger took 2 glow sticks, put them together with a link chain and voila!
Quick survey! Which would you prefer? Sparkly albino vampire vs. dirty raggedy vampire baseball, or Jedi vs. Sith baseball? In other words, are you a young girl or are you an old nerd? Don’t say “both”.
I don’t know what’s up with me loving the Star Wars action so much lately but this is too cool to pass up. Instructables has all the deets you need to make a Jedi-licious custom lightsaber!
The project is from Instructables user Ricardoaraujo, and utilizes cutting-edge LED and AA battery technologies.
Were those lightsaber laser pointers just too tiny to satisfy your man-sized Star Wars hunger? Then wrap your hands around one of these full-sized lightsaber replicas which you can actually customize to your own liking.
The Force FX Lightsaber Contstruction Kit gives you everything you need to create your own blade.